The mighty Castell de Bellver immediately catches the eye of visitors to the Mallorcan island capital of Palma when they arrive by cruise ship. Visible from afar, the fortress sits 112 meters above sea level. Surrounded by dense pine forest, the castle is located three kilometers from the city center.
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Palma de Mallorca is one of the most visited cruise destinations in the western Mediterranean. We are traveling to Palma by ship for the second time in six weeks. Our plan is as follows: We will spend the first half of the lying day in the 20-strong community of Valldemossa, 2000 kilometers from Palma.
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In Palma, Moorish architectural styles mix with those of the Gothic and Renaissance. In addition, there are a few buildings that are characterized by the style of Spanish “modernism”. All of this is reason enough to stroll through Palma's old town with your eyes open. We invite you to join us on our tour of Palma. And we promise you it will be worth it.
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Palma's marina in the west and the municipality of S'Arenal in the east are 15 kilometers apart. Most of the route leads along the sea for hikers and cyclists. The six kilometers of fine beach with the excellently developed beach promenade between the districts of Ca'n Pastilla and S'Arenal are popular.
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They couldn't be more different: the tourist magnet Palma de Mallorca and the small town of Sóller in the Tramuntana mountains. Here the island metropolis with more than 400.000 inhabitants and there Sóller, a place where time seems to have stood still.
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